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, they backed u.n. diplomacy. then they bet on moscow to play a constructive role. predictably, none of this has worked. >> reporter: here in israel today netanyahu's new intelligence minister said, it is apparently clear chemical weapons were used in syria. the republican chairman of the house intelligence committee said he believes chemical weapons were used by the regime with a caveat. >> there is a high probability that a chemical agent was used. again, i would like to see forensic evidence. >> reporter: the u.s. ambassador to syria is in this -- in the sea has been shuttered for more than a year pays on the question of chemical weapons. >> i cannot tell you what happened. i can tell you that we have a large team of people working on it right now. >> reporter: raising the stakes by saying the syrian regime has lost control the border with turkey. meanwhile, in jordan where the president will visit on friday, they are bracing not only for a potential refugee crisis, but also the possibility of assyrian civil war spreading across there border. lou: thank you. ed henry, fox news chief white hou
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's model n and it's up big. take a look at that, 35%. well, the u.s. national debt continues to barrel towards 17 trillion dollars, going to hit that certainly by september. and now, another example of questionable spending from the federal government. the national institute of health is getting 2.7 million dollars to study why lesbians are at higher risk for hazardous drinking. now this is on top of another study why lesbians are overweight and that's 1.5 million for that one. liz, excessive spending? >> news flash, i'm always curious about the spending on the studies. when does the time clock run out on what we know. we know that excessive drinking is the third preventible cause of death in the country. 220 billion bucks spent because of excessive drinkings, we've known for decades. when does the time clock run out on the research and now what, we have the facts and we have the information, stop it. instead spend the money on that. i think it's, you know, covert pork barrel spending, on facts that we already know. charles: to your point i think if they want the answer they could have
. [ male announcer ] if you n't afrd your medication, astrazeneca may be able to help. 7 neil: aig ranan ad campaign, just before that, thanking u.s. government, but, there is another issue here. why is it after theyurn down going following us in that, they sue the new york fed? they are now suing the new york fed. neil: all right, you remember him hank is ready to let her rip, a judge letting his lawsuit against the government continue. in effect, pitting the guy who ran aig against the tax payers who rescued the aig which is why present aig management that announced it wants to be no part of this. to aigeo robert benmosche on whether he agrees with that, welcome. >> thank you, neil. neil: not a part of this? >> not a part. neil: why not. >> we went through a careful analysis, what is said about events that occurred during the time we had to make a decision was press and no, fen you are part of it -- no ofection you are part of it, instead of asking why would aig after getting support it got working so hard to payback america and thank america, why would they sues government. that sun for
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